I have a passion and unique style for customizing and rebuilding antique automobiles. If you have an antique and need some custom “fixins” don’t hesitate to contact me by phone or email.
C-Murder Album Cover My 1934 Buick can be seen on the Album cover entitled C.Murder, with No Limit Records, Executive producer: Master P.
The 1929 Essex had it's film debut in the Ghetto Boys video; “mind Playing Tricks on me” with Rap-A-Records Inc. I received a gold and a silver album award for my valued participation.

My trophies were won participating in car show events such as the AutoRama custom car show, and the Los Magnifico's car show of Houston.

  I have been featured in The Houston Chronicle and noted for having the only stretched Rolls Royce in the city. Four other cars were feature attractions in the article: the stretched 1930 Ford sporting a snow white finish, the stretched 1931 Ford Model “A” in “pretty red, my 1934 Buick (Bonnie & Clyde style) in glossy black, and my 1928 Essex coated in white. All of these limousines contributed to make my fleet a one-of-a-kind collection.
My 1928 Essex was used for a photo session by members of SGR Music Group’s “Rhyme Family” founded by Dereik Smith.